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ROAD, DEVONPORT, AUCKLAND. NEW ZEALAND, 12th Sept., 1925, The Secretary, 21, Gloucester House, London, W.C.2. Dear Sir, . . ,

ROAD, DEVONPORT, AUCKLAND. NEW ZEALAND, 12th Sept., 1925, The Secretary, 21, Gloucester House, London, W.C.2. Dear Sir, . . ,

I duly received your system and after thoroughly testing it must say that 1 more than delighted with it. is the only system know that can heal the books.” Yours faithfully, * J. C.
24 July 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTING TIMES.

THE SPORTING TIMES.

High Toryism. High Churehism, High Farming, and Old Port for suet. 20, BURY STREET, ST. JAMES’S, LONDON, S.W.I. Saturday, March 27, 1926, Telephones : Repent 848 and Geirard 6*37. Telegraphic Address : Plnkanlsm, Plcoy, London. and has to make up fully tea lengths into the barga
27 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
BRANXHOLME.

BRANXHOLME.

Durham, TETRALOGY or GUN RUNNER. Oadby, EARL’S SEL. or J. JARVIS’S SEL.
27 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTING TIMES. ’VARSITY SPORTS. By OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. The ’Varsity spoils this year at Queen’s Club'p r a great

THE SPORTING TIMES. ’VARSITY SPORTS. By OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. The ’Varsity spoils this year at Queen’s Club'p r a great

triumph for English athletes, for Oxford, with many Rhodes’ scholars figuring the team, were beaten eight events to three. Critics were generally agreed beforehand that Cambridge would prove victorious, but only by the nairow margin of one event. This sweeping victory, therefore
27 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
SPORTS DIARY.

SPORTS DIARY.

of Sport* arf InvitM to send program mo *■’ Timfs. 20. Bury Londdo, UM. for the purpose •>f our Sports Diary. TO-DAY (FRIDAY). MARCH 26. BACI Nf».—Liverpool. BOXJNO. -Oxford and B.C. ATIP.KTIC* KVKNT.—AchilSvs v. Lominjf. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). MARCH 27. API NO.—l.Jvcrp K)!. Naaj
27 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
MONDAY. MARCH 29.

MONDAY. MARCH 29.

RACING —Nottingham- first day. Household B. f Hnwth-ral- first dav. BOXING—Von't Hof t Hrau.l-RoU.rdam I.on ton T •iirn.iin« nt-St adium Club, 7.45. V. Dir. lice A - Wandsworth Baths. Rr«y»l Navy and Mar-.n-« Cliaropi<»n.'liip—R-N. Barracks, Purtsmonr|i. GOLF.—Middles'* v Sus,.
27 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
JUST PUBLISHED. SQUIRE OSBALDESTON (His Autobiography). Edited, with commentary, by E. D. CUMING. With an introduction by Sir THEODORE COOK,

JUST PUBLISHED. SQUIRE OSBALDESTON (His Autobiography). Edited, with commentary, by E. D. CUMING. With an introduction by Sir THEODORE COOK,

Editor of the Field, 16 illustrations in colour, and 75 in black and tfhite from old prints and portraits, some of them never before reproduced, £2 2s. net. Also a special edition on hand-made paper with 13 extra plates, limited to 100 numbered copies at £5 ss. net (ready March
27 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.

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29 May 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
COES HILL STREET, GLASGOW, Slat July, 1923. Dear Sir. The " Wonderful System Is oerfcalnlr the most consistent winner finder

COES HILL STREET, GLASGOW, Slat July, 1923. Dear Sir. The " Wonderful System Is oerfcalnlr the most consistent winner finder

that I hare examined. I hare gone Into the details of orer 200 systems, some very good, but none like the Wonderful.” have gone through several rears of Racing to Date Just to test the method and I find the average nearly one winner in two days, at prices usually from 1, _ L.
29 May 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
ONLY.

ONLY.

The man who has witnessed thirty odd Derbies may not be a greybeard in the accepted sense of the word, but he’s getting on in years. I am afraid I started young in the racing business, for I hopped the wag from school to have a “bob” on Sir Hugo in ’92, and walked all the way fr
29 May 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England